[time-nuts] reference oscillator input circuit

Javier Herrero jherrero at hvsistemas.es
Thu Dec 9 09:31:47 EST 2010


El 09/12/2010 15:21, jimlux escribió:
> Javier Herrero wrote:
>> Good to know. Now I see what not to use :) I was supposing that the 
>> hysteresis would not be so high being low voltage signalling, and 
>> since they are used for low-jitter applications. But really I've only 
>> used them for their intended main applications :)
>
>
> hysteresis is in the 100mV minimum range, and max peak amplitude is in 
> the 0.9 to 1 Volt range (they'll have a bias point a bit over a volt, 
> and a lot of them do not do well at all if you swing close to the 
> supply rail)
>
> Maybe with external clamps and over drive it.
>
Yes, I was thinking in that way. But surely they are better solutions :)

Regards,

Javier

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